Pakistan’s former cricketer Bazid Khan is all set to be included in the cricket committee made by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). He is meant to replace Misbah-ul-Haq as the former skipper now serves both as a chief selector as well as the head coach of the boys in green.
Bazid has played only 5 ODIs and a solitary Test for Pakistan, but contains a plethora of domestic experience gained by featuring in 151 first-class games, 112 List A matches and 17 T20s. On top of that, he found a successful career in cricket punditry as he is often found sharing his expert panel on the ongoing cricketing action.
Moreover, sources claim that spin icon Iqbal Qasim will be drafted into the committee as the replacement of PCB’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Wasim Khan. The duo would join former captain Wasim Akram and chief selector of women’s team Urooj Mumtaz. This committee is focused and responsible to bring the needed changes to ameliorate cricket of Pakistan.